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All reviewsbus depotmodel railwayon displayclassic carsdouble decker busesnostalgic visitlarge collectioncouple of hoursopening timesrainy daysmall shopexcellent exhibitswell worth a visitgreat place to visitfew hoursvalue for moneyfriendly staff
Having no particular special interest in transport we were uncertain what we'd make of this museum. We found it very enjoyable and even better our toddler had a fantastic time too. She enjoyed climbing up to look on the different buses, playing with the toys...More
This is a very good place to visit if you like transport particularly buses.
It’s only open on a weekend, it’s situated in an old bus depot and there is a few cars but mostly buses, you are able to go on a lot of...More
Housed in a large glass roofed building; the oldest part of which, built in 1882, was the depot for St Helens' horse drawn trams (you can still see evidence of the original horse stalls).
Extended over the years to accommodate steam trams; then trolley buses...More
A great place to visit if you are interested in the past, old vehicles and the way life used to be. I don't go there as often as I would like to , but it never disappoints .especially If on a classic motorcycles or car...More
Why this place was ever built is beyond me, if you like staring in Windows that's all you,ll do at this place because it's never open I live quite near this place & only ever seen it open once to put something else in you,ll...More
We took our grandchildren , age three and seven to the St Helens Transport Museum. They absolutely loved it. There were different types of double decker buses, single decker buses, cars , motorbikes and bicycles. Something for everyone. You can go aboard lots of the...More
... and if you do, there are some very rare vehicles to inspect, including of course many associated with the northwest - either the local operators or local manufacturers. Additionally, lots of smaller exhibits particularly models, brochures time tables and ticketing systems. information on exhibits...More
I was surprised this place demanded money to get in. My friends and I didn't expect it to be so much. Also we didn't expect it to be mostly about buses with only scant attention paid to providing different types of transport. After 10 minutes...More